Traveling In Thailand

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Discover Chiang Mai, Thailand in 3 Days Thailand is probably included in everyone’s bucket list. But over the past 2 decades since it gained global recognition, Thailand has seen its fair share of rapid development and increasing number of tourists. If you are on the look out for new destinations and new experiences in Thailand and would like to avoid the swarms of tourists, then Chiang Mai might be for you. This 3-day suggested itinerary will lead you to Chiang Mai’s famous tourist attractions and will help you make the most of your trip. Depending on your traveling priorities, you can certainly fine tune this itinerary to suit your needs. Things to consider before traveling in Thailand: Language - Thai is the official language of Thailand. In Bangkok and other main tourist destinations, some Thai can speak English, specially the young people. Although English is taught in schools, it is not widely used by the locals. It is recommended to learn some Thai if you are heading towards rural areas where you can expect that a lot of people cannot speak any English. Currency exchange - The official currency used in Thiailand is the Thai baht (TBT). ATMs can be found in Airport, most tourist centres and shopping malls across the country. Exchanging money in Chiang Mai is easy…show more content…
You may also start early and join a full day tour to the Elephant Nature Park, an elephant rescue and rehabilitation center. The park offers daily or multi-day tours to visitors, which allows close encounters wth elephants. You will get a chance to feed, bathe and play with rescued elephants. In the early evening, it’s time to say good bye to the elephants. To celebrate a successful trip in Chiang Mai, treat yourself to dinner at one of the top-rated restaurants like David's Kitchen Restaurant, The Service 1921 Restaurant & Bar and Eat Is

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